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Wed
30
Oct

Memory

By: Hannah Hibler.
It was a cute little trailer house in a nice neighborhood. The smell of the fresh flowers, the sight of the intricately painted flower vases on the front porch, and even the creeks of the steps made it feel like home. Even the neighbors and their surroundings I found peaceful. I ran in my grandmas house with excitement each and every time we approached it. I had always hoped that one day she would come and visit us in Texas, and leave Louisiana for a little while, but mom said she was getting too old for that sort of traveling. Before I enter, we always have a tete a tete about how my year has gone. I like speaking to my grandma in a private way like that.
Wed
30
Oct

Sugariffic Invention

By: Madison Shahan.
Once I had a dream. It was one of my favorite dreams of all. Let me tell it to you. Once upon a time I was going to invent a cupcake machine. It would make a cupcake for you by shooting up a regular cupcake then you would press a button to choose icing. After you chose the icing, it would drop out of the top of the machine. I was going to have to make a plan. So, I got out a paper and pen and got to work. I decided to make it hold two hundred cupcakes and a lot of icing. Every cupcake would cost one dollar. When I was finished, I would send them out all over the world. Every time my cupcake machine made a hundred dollars they would send the money back to me.
Wed
23
Oct

San Saba ISD nearing final completion of building projects

By Alice Smith, Reporter.

The Board of Trustees of San Saba ISD held a regular meeting on Monday, October 14 that 6:00 p.m. in the Central Administration Office. President Kim Kirk called the meeting to order and established a quorum with all Board members present. The following high school students were recognized for the month of October: Mariah Washington, Hailey Osbourn, Benito Huerta Martinez, Brianna Spence and Reuben Aguirre. Coaches David Garcia and Cory McCombs were recognized for the month of October.
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Thu
10
Oct
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DREAM A LITTLE DREAM FOR ME

By Lindy Lieban Schulz.

Thu
03
Oct
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Tickets for Pecan Jam and Raffle for A&M Game Day go on sale this week

The San Saba Festival Association, a 501(c) 3 nonprofit, will start selling tickets to its fall festival, San Saba Pecan jam on the Square, later this week, at Harry's, Wedding Oak Winery and Oliver Pecans. The $20 ticket price includes entrance to the festival, a souvenir wine glass and a wristband with 7 tabs for sampling wine from one of our six area wineries. 
 
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Thu
03
Oct
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Health officials urge vaccination before flu season strikes

With flu season set to begin and vaccine in plentiful supply, the Texas Department of State Health Services encourages everyone 6 months old and older to get vaccinated to protect themselves and their families against the flu. 
 
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Thu
26
Sep
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Traitor or Patriot Part 2

Submitted by Post Adjutant
 
What happened?
On October 10, 1995, the 1/15 Battalion of the 3rd infantry Division of the U.S. Army came to attention at 0900 in Schweinfurt, Germany. All but one of the 550 soldiers were wearing a sky-blue baseballstyle cap with a United Nations insignia on the front. One was wearing the olivedrab flat cap that is authorized to be worn with the Battle Dress Uniform. With this simple act of disobeying a direct order, Spc. 4 Michael New set the stage for a legal battle that has profound implications for the future of American soldiers into service of the United Nations without the constitutional permission of Congress.
 
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